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Voltaire: Toleration and other Essays. V.1, 29 Oct. 2007.

Toleration and Other Essays by Voltaire.
Translated, with an Introduction, by Joseph McCabe
(New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1912).


Contents:

Introduction by Joseph McCabe

Essays:
On Toleration In Connection With the Death of Jean Calas
On Superstition
On the Interpretation of the Old Testament
On the Interpretation of the New Testament
Epistle to the Romans (Translated From the Italian of Count De Corbera )
The Sermon of the Fifty
The Questions of Zapata (Translated By Dr. Tamponet, of the Sorbonne)
We Must Take Sides; Or, the Principle of Action
Poem On the Lisbon Disaster; Or an Examination of the Axiom, “All Is Well” (inspired by the Lisbon earthquake.)

NB I particularly recommend the ‘Questions of Zapata’ as a way of disconcerting Christian fundamentalists.
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